Salone (PN)

Statue of a wounded Amazon

Inv. Scu 651 Known as the “Capitoline type” Amazon and found in about almost thirty copies, this representation of an Amazon is also called the “Sosikles type” due to the signature in Greek letters affixed on the support of the…

Modern colossal bust of Antoninus Pius

Inv. Scu 643 The inscriptions, on the base of this bust (Antoninus Pius) and that of another bust located in the Salone, also a modern one known as Trajan, indicate that they were acquired by the Conservatori on 8 March…

Apollo of Omphalos

Inv. Scu 638 Originally part of the Albani Collection, the Capitoline Museums’ Apollo is an example of quality sculpture. There are several theories as to who created the original sculpture from which our Apollo and many others were copied. Many…

Statue of Artemis

Inv. Scu 644 The goddess Artemis is wearing a light sleeveless chiton and sandals. The posture and the treatment of the draping are a variation of the Artemis at the Vatican, a type which is usually attributed to the sculptor…

Statue of hunter with portrait head

Inv. Scu 645 Statue of hunter, with portrait head. The personage is depicted completely naked. The statue rests on the left leg, the right leg is withdrawn and sideways. He is holding a long spear in his right hand; with…

Statue of an Old Woman

Inv. Scu 640 The figure is totally unbalanced towards the right: her legs are both bent, her shoulders draw a diagonal line towards the right, her left arm is bent and holds the hem of the cloak, and her right…

Statue of a Young Satyr

Inv. Scu 627 This statue represents a young satyr. He is shown nude with the exception of a nebris or panther skin that is tied upon his right shoulder and runs across his chest to drape his left shoulder and…

Statue of Apollo

Inv. Scu 648 In this work, Apollo is shown nude and stands upright with his weight carried on the left leg. His left leg and foot are slightly advanced, as if the god were taking a step forward. His right…